The Virtual Reality Lab located in the Center for Advanced and Emerging Technology is powered by zSpace computers. As a hardware and software solution, zSpace delivers a stunning interactive experience by integrating the latest AR/VR technology in an all-in-one computer and laptop. zSpace utilizes three sensory characteristics to create a natural and intuitive product.
Every zSpace system has tracking built into the display. These sensors track your zSpace stylus and glasses. As you tilt your head to look around an object, zSpace dynamically updates to display the correct perspective in full, high-definition.
zSpace machines give users:
With the Perception of Depth, virtual objects look real as they appear both out of and into the screen. No longer are you constrained by the screen.
With zSpace, users have the Ability to Look Around virtual objects as if they are real. The position and orientation of the objects are updated in real-time as the person moves their head, creating both a realistic and comfortable viewing experience.
zSpace features kinesthetic realism, using familiar movements and interactions that people commonly perform. Users often do not need to even think about what they are doing in zSpace because the Tracking System reads the position of your body and responds to your movements throughout the interaction, creating a natural and comfortable experience.
The zSpace AIO combines elements of AR and VR on an all-in-one computer to create lifelike experiences that inspire curiosity, create engagement, and deepen understanding.
Our Tracked Glasses work in conjunction with the zSpace Tracking System to provide the user with an interactive AR/VR experience. Follower Glasses allow others to join in and participate for a collaborative experience.
You get a personalized and realistic view because zSpace tracking knows when you are looking around, under or over a virtual object.
With the zSpace stylus, users can rotate their wrist naturally as they pick up and examine objects. The buttons on the stylus perform different actions depending on the zSpace application you are using.
zSpace features an Intel I3 CPU (central processing unit) and a Radeon Pro WX3100 Embedded GPU (graphics processing unit) providing exceptional system performance.
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